New Literary Agent Alert: Kortney Price of Holloway Literary

Literary agent Kortney Price of Holloway Literary is open to queries! She is looking for middle-grade, young adult, and new adult fiction.
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(Please note: Kortney is no longer agenting with Holloway Literary.)

Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Kortney Price of Holloway Literary) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.

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About Kortney: Prior to joining Holloway Literary as a Literary Assistant, Kortney completed internships with Andrea Hurst & Associates, Amphorae Publishing Group, and Inklings Literary Agency. In 2014 she graduated with a B.A. in English from Greenville College. Kortney manages the agency website and is the editor of the Holloway Literary blog.

She is Seeking: Middle-grade fiction written in the vein of Gordon Korman, young adult thrillers similar to Lois Duncan, and contemporary new adult fiction.

How to Submit: Send a query and the first 15 pages pasted in the body of the e-mail to submissions [at] hollowayliterary.com. Your subject line should read “Kortney/[Title]/[Genre].”

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